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  1. Ed Murray's transportation plan: Is everybody happy?Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Crosscut.com

    Using the backdrop of a noisy Market Street in Ballard, Mayor Ed Murray launched Seattle's new transportation vision, Move Seattle. The Seattle Department of Transportation program is designed to provide a guiding philosophy for developing corridors collaboratively - without, as the mayor put it, "modal wars" between the lobbies of each form of transportation.


  2. P-I globe likely headed for Myrtle Edwards Park 'vicinity'Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | KOMO News

    The iconic neon globe that has spun atop Seattle Post-Intelligencer buildings since 1948 could be heading for a permanent perch "in the vicinity" of Myrtle Edwards Park. "There are still other options that we can and might have to consider, but right now this is the option that has the most traction and seems to be the most feasible and to most closely meet the criteria of anything we've seen so far," said Leonard Garfield, MOHAI's executive director.


  3. The Vera Project Gala Raises more than $115,000...Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    With help from community partners like Sub Pop, Pearl Jam, Pagliacci, Eyes on Fremont, Boeing, Rhapsody, Ticketfly, Caffe Vita, The Stranger, Space Needle, Chihuly Studios, Hard Rock Cafe, Uber, OOLA Distillery, Georgetown Brewing, For a Song Wine, and Billy O'Neill, The Vera Project proudly raised over $115,000 at the 8th annual Viva Vera Gala on Saturday, February 21 at The Triple Door. Last Saturday's sold-out gala attracted an audience of Seattle's most passionate music and art advocates and luminaries, who spent the evening celebrating Vera while they bid on silent and live auction items.


  4. Mayor Hopes To Ease Competition Between Buses, Freight, Cars & Bikes With 10 Year PlanRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | KUOW-FM Seattle

    Mayor Ed Murray laid out his 10 year transportation plan Monday. The move sets the stage for renewing the transportation levy that expires this year.


  5. Seattle Green Spaces Coaltion holding planning meeting on Brace Point substation Mar.8Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Highline Times

    The Seattle Green Spaces Coalition meeting to plan an event for the Fauntleroy Substation on Brace Point Drive is set for Sunday March 8 at the Southwest Library from 3:00pm to 4:45pm. From the SGSC website: "Seattle Green Spaces Coalition has asked the City to provide extensive information on Seattle City Lights' actions and plans for the 35+ Surplus Substations in order to determine the basis for their clearing of the vegetation at Neighborhood properties, their methods of clearing and environmental remediation alternatives, and the process of including the Neighborhoods in the determination of what is best for both the Neighborhoods.


  6. DPD set to host open house on future of Ballard industrial landsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Viewing Feed

    The DPD is hosting a series of meetings in relation to the proposed Industrial Lands Policies that are part of the City's comprehensive plan, Seattle 2035. This Tuesday, March 3, the DPD will host a meeting regarding our local industrial lands at the Ballard High School Commons from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Meeting organizers aim to gain local input on the specific land use policies that are being considered for the designated Manufacturing/Industrial Center in Ballard.


  7. Maple Valley's David Pilgrim appointed to King County Landmarks CommissionRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Covington Reporter

    The Metropolitan King County today gave its unanimous approval to the appointment of David Pilgrim to the King County Landmarks Commission, representing local heritage organizations, Position No. 2. "David has been active in the Maple Valley community for over 20 years," said Councilman Reagan Dunn, who represents the Maple Valley community on the county council.


  8. Spike in heroin overdoses prompts police messageRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | KOMO News

    Seattle police and fire department medics responded to six heroin overdoes on Monday, and now police are reminding the public about a law meant to keep drug users alive. The six overdoses were reported Monday in downtown and North Seattle, according to police.


  9. Bowser taps ex-Seattle fire chief to lead D.C. fire and EMSRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Washington Times

    D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Monday her selection of former Seattle Fire Chief Gregory Dean to lead the District's fire department, which has been long troubled by morale issues, union disputes, and training and readiness concerns. The mayor's nomination of Chief Dean ended an eight-month nationwide search for the next leader of the D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department.


  10. Rapist Michael Stanley, once in trouble in Admiral, accused of rape...Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    And it's not the first time he's been arrested since the end of his sentence in relation to his West Seattle crime. This new arrest wasn't in West Seattle, but as pointed out by several readers, it's of note since he turned up here before.


  11. How much do you need to buy a house?Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    CLEVELAND: Presumably with a less competitive market, listing photos and staging are less important than they are in S.F. Photo: Trulia/RMLS CLEVELAND: Sunny stairwell in the $118.9K home... and now to a metro area somewhere in the middle of the country's highest and lowest markets. Photo: Trulia/RMLS SEATTLE: Another look at the exterior, highlighting the driveway and garage... and now on to the market with the highest median home price in the country.


  12. Environmental groups sue port to block Shell Oil project at Terminal 5Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Business Journal

    The Noble Discoverer, which has has problems with oil leaks, should not be allowed at Terminal 5, environmental groups say. Five environmental groups filed suit against the Port of Seattle Monday, in an attempt to block the lease of West Seattle's Terminal 5 for oil-drilling vessels operated by Shell Oil.


  13. Streateries, First Hill Street Car Arrives & MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Seattle

    Rumors are swirling that Bellevue-based Expedia could be packing up and moving its headquarters to Seattle. Among the options the online travel giant is potentially considering? The Puget Sound Business Journal reports Expedia "was looking at moving to Amgen's Helix campus next to marine shipping Terminals 90 and 91 on Smith Cove."


  14. 32 acres of land on Myers Way subject of meeting to save itRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | The Highline Times

    A community meeting aimed at preserving 32 acres of land on Myers Way South is set for March 14. Organizers say that they need to reach the threshold of 500 people who choose to keep that land undeveloped, and eventually for it to become "Discovery Park South", otherwise they say it could be sold for the possible site of a Lowes Hardware Store. Information from the organizers The City of Seattle intends to sell the Myers Parcels for commercial development soon, most likely to LOWES.


  15. Mayor lays out 10-year plan for Seattle transportation including...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Teeing up a ballot measure this fall to help pay for it all, Mayor Ed Murray rolled out his Move Seattle plan Monday including an "A to X" roster of transportation projects being planned to make Seattle's streets safer and more efficient by 2024. The plan includes projects with a combined budget of $835 million.


  16. Builder targets South Lake Union 'bulls-eye' for towerRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Business Journal

    The high-rise portion of Holland Partner Group's 970 Denny Way apartment project is set back from Denny to help maintain views of the corridor. Holland recently took its plans for the new 400-foot-tall project to a city board for an "early design guidance meeting."


  17. Ray's Celebrates WA Wine Month, Good Citizen Opens from Liberty Bar's Andrew FriedmanRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Seattle Weekly

    Spring is nearly here and Seattle kicks off March in style with multiple food and beverage opportunities including Dine Around Seattle and Washington Wine Month. To celebrate the latter, Ray's Boathouse is offering 30 wines by the glass and they will be kicking off a month of Winemaker dinners by hosting Woodward Canyon's Rick and Darcey Small on Saturday March 7th.


  18. Domo 20/20 Tour Drives Forward With New Events in MarchRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Market Wire

    Today Domo announced 17 new stops in March on its popular 2015 Domo 20/20 Tour . Events during the month are scheduled across the country in locations such as Tampa, Denver, Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Antonio, Brooklyn and Seattle, among others.


  19. What's proposed for West Seattle in just-announced 'Move Seattle' planRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    At a media event in Ballard, Mayor Murray is officially unveiling " Move Seattle ," the city's transportation focus for the next decade.


  20. Followup: Port sued over leasing West Seattle's Terminal 5 to Foss/ShellRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    A coalition of environmental groups says it's making good on its threat to sue the Port of Seattle for leasing part of West Seattle's Terminal 5 to Foss as a homeport for Shell's Arctic-oil-drilling fleet. Members of the coalition spoke at last week's Port Commission meeting - as previewed here - asking the port to cancel the lease.


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